Memphis biology teacher Chikezie Madu is one of seven Tennessee educators honored with the nation’s highest award for teachers of math and science.
The opening of Green Dot's Bluff City High School marks a major shift in how the charter sector can grow in the state.
About 71,000 students are enrolled in Shelby County Schools, far short of the 90,000-plus students anticipated.
The results come a year before the 2018 gubernatorial primaries, and the next leader will follow several governors who have sought to overhaul Tennessee's K-12 schools.
The Tennessee Educational Equity Coalition urges U.S. Sens. Lamar Alexander and Bob Corker to show national leadership in the DACA debate as new threats emerge.
The pace is better than this time last year, but still lags as Shelby County Schools tries to anticipate staffing needs without solid numbers to work with.
Almost three-fourths of Tennessee's high school seniors completed the financial aid form for the upcoming academic year.
In a Chalkbeat Q&A, Andy Demster offers his vision for Maxine Smith STEAM Academy — and why he thinks he’s up to the task.
Mayor Jim Strickland estimates that 10,000 children and teens are being reached this summer through various learning programs.
Summer camps offered at the University of Memphis provide important training about cybersecurity and coding for that purpose.